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Crap From The Past - October 14, 1994: Maurice White, Nile Rodgers, and Bernard Edwards


Published October 14, 1994


A pop music radio show for people who already know plenty about pop music, hosted by Ron "Boogiemonster" Gerber. From July 1994 - December 1995, the show ran on the second Friday of each month from 10 - midnight on 91.3 KXCI-FM, Tucson, Arizona.


Notes

Here is a listing of all shows saved to date and a listing of all the playlists to date.

NO MORE WORDS - Berlin (1984)
MISLED - Kool and the Gang (1985)
ROCK AND ROLL DREAMS COME THROUGH - Jim Steinman (1981)
DANCING QUEEN - Abba (1977)
MISS ME BLIND - Culture Club (1984)
YOU MAKE MY DREAMS - Daryl Hall and John Oates (1981)
SPACE AGE LOVE SONG - A Flock Of Seagulls (1983)
IN MY HOUSE - Mary Jane Girls (1985)
DON'T FIGHT IT - Kenny Loggins and Steve Perry (1982)
KEEP FEELING FASCINATION - The Human League (1983)
TIP OF MY TONGUE - The Tubes (1983)
BEST OF MY LOVE - The Emotions (1977)
FANTASY - Earth Wind and Fire (1978)
THEY DON'T KNOW - Tracey Ullman (1984)
WALKING IN L.A. - Missing Persons (1983)
RUNAWAY - Bon Jovi (1984)
MY SHARONA - The Knack (1979)
WHO'S THAT GIRL - Eurythmics (1984)
DON'T PAY THE FERRYMAN - Chris Deburgh (1983)
YOU LIGHT UP MY LIFE - Debby Boone (1977)
I'M JUST A BILL - Schoolhouse Rock (1974?)
GOODY TWO SHOES - Adam Ant (1983)
COULDN'T GET IT RIGHT - Climax Blues Band (1977)
BREAK MY STRIDE - Matthew Wilder (1984)
ONE STEP BEYOND - Madness (1979)
UPSIDE DOWN - Diana Ross (1980)
HE'S THE GREATEST DANCER - Sister Sledge (1979)
LE FREAK - Chic (1978)
ROCKIT - Herbie Hancock (1983)
ONE NIGHT IN BANGKOK - Murray Head (1985)
WHISPER TO A SCREAM (BIRDS FLY) - Icicle Works (1984)

Reviews

Reviewer: franks283 - - December 21, 2011
Subject: GREAT SHOW BEGINNING TO END
From the first chords of No More Words, to the end, this is a great show...definitely worth a relisten. Lots of great hits here...You Make My Dreams Come True, Runaway, Walking In LA, In My House, and No More Words..chocked full of great music. Eurythmics, Chris DeBurgh...you name it..this set has it. I love the 1984 stuff, and there is lots of it here. Tracy Ullman's song is one of my faves too. Thank Ron!!